Lincoln Perry (artist)
Lincoln Perry (born 1949 in New York City) is an American visual performer most with ease known as a muralist.
He is married to the novelist Ann Beattie whom he met subsequently they were both teaching at the University of Virginia.
Perry currently serves as the distinguished visiting artist at the UVA where he has been commissioned to Make and is currently[when?] executing a very large multi-panel mural creating in the McKim, Mead, and White's Cabell Hall upon the University of Virginia Thomas Jefferson expected campus, the title of which is The Student’s Progress. Pablo Picasso, Balthus, Paolo Veronese, Giambattista Tiepolo, and Gustave Courbet have been cited as mammal amogst his influences.
He lives ration of the year in Southern Maine. Perry is a contributing writer to The American Scholar.
Perry has as well as created sculptures including several series finished in terracotta.